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Day 5: Tallinn

Day 5: Tallinn

Our day in Tallinn was rainy and chilly. Tallinn is mainly known for its near-intact medieval city walls, as well as many medieval era buildings. On a better weather day, visiting the gardens at Kadriorg Palace would have been on our list, but instead, we opted for a...
Day 3: Berlin

Day 3: Berlin

For Berlin, we debated between booking train tickets on our own versus booking the ship’s “Berlin on your own” excursion. We decided on the latter, mainly because the timing to make the express trains between Warnemunde (where we docked) and Berlin...
NCL Getaway: Our first experience in The Haven

NCL Getaway: Our first experience in The Haven

Getting to the ship For anyone planning a cruise out of Copenhagen, it is incredibly easy to get to the port from anywhere you’re likely to stay via public transit. (And, as you’ll see if you check my Day 1 post, it’s equally easy to get from the...
Day 2: Copenhagen

Day 2: Copenhagen

We packed up our hotel first thing in the morning and stored our bags with the concierge. We headed for the train station to zip into downtown, stopping by the gas station to pick up some sodas on the way. I’d found a place that was recommended for breakfast on...
Day 1: Copenhagen + Travel Day

Day 1: Copenhagen + Travel Day

First, we lived the luxurious life in the Delta lounge before our flight out of SeaTac. I took one last look at Mt. Rainier with Duffy. We were then jet lag zombies in Amsterdam, where we saw people riding stationary bicycles to power their phones and buying many...